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We Hold Property Owners Accountable

When you enter a business or public area, the property owner has a duty to keep that area safe for those who are entering. When an area is not safe and you are injured, a serious fall or another accident can have detrimental effects on your life. This can result in medical treatment, missed time from work, and pain and suffering.

Jennifer Williams is an injury attorney who has handled slip-and-fall cases against Walmart, restaurants and local stores here in Valdosta and around southern Georgia. She knows how to approach insurance companies and property owners who refuse to compensate your injuries.

Protect Your Claim With A Dedicated Attorney

Premises liability injuries are wide-ranging and can include complicated details that may prohibit your claim without the help of an experienced legal counsel. For example, in an accident that occurs while grocery shopping, the store may seem to be liable. However, where and how the injury took place can make all the difference. Did the accident occur on a sidewalk that is the city’s property rather than the store’s? Were you exercising a reasonable degree of care or caution when the accident occurred?

Because of the complexities involved in these cases, you need a dedicated legal advocate to help answer these questions and more. We represent clients involved in premises liability cases related to the following:

  • Commercial businesses
  • Construction sites
  • Slip-and-fall injuries
  • Inadequate property maintenance, including elevators and escalators
  • Amusement park accidents

An experienced lawyer can hold negligent property owners accountable for their harmful and negligent actions. Attorney Williams offers high-quality legal services for clients throughout Lowndes County.

Reach Out For Legal Help

Contact our office today by calling 229-232-8570 or sending an email for a free consultation. We can help determine whether you have a premises liability case.

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